The art of tile in these lands developed in the 13th century when the Seljuk architecture reached its peak and accordingly, many mosques, madrasa, tombs and palace walls were decorated with china.
There are various techniques of tile art. Mosaic Tile Technique, Under Glazing Technique, Color Glazing Technique and Perdah Technique. Each technique offers a very beautiful appearance. The trowel technique is made using gold and silver powders. The patterns formed on the white and transparent primer sheets are subsequently fired. Under Glaze Painting is a method that has been used in the Ottoman Empire and still preserves its agenda. Mosaic Tile Technique has been used for the first years of development. It is also called brick ornament. The colored glaze technique is made up of patterns made on colored glaze. With chromium oxide, the patterns are overlaid on the contours and fired again.
Tile art; natural materials like chalk, sand, kaolen are mixed and made into dough. And this dough is formed and is expected to dry for a while. The hopper lining work with the desired installation is done. And this lining work, the dough gives a white appearance. The pieces are cooked at a very high temperature for one day in the oven. The rough surface of the baked parts is smoothed with sandpaper and a smooth surface is obtained. Then it is covered with a white paper drawn with a black pencil to form the floor for other operations.
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